The Psy-Cards System: Deck and Book Set [With Paperback Book] Paperback – 1 Oct 2002
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Set your psyche free These 40 beautiful symbol-cards are today's gateway to people interested in 'Mind Body Spirit'. User-friendly, un-spooky, based on Jung's psychotherapy, they are beyond tarot, and more than 'fortune telling'. Used by counsellors and intuitive people with psychic gifts they are for self-development for shaping your future, relationship problems and careers. Combined deck and official book set The starter pack contains the deck of forty wonderful Psycards, plus the original, definative book by Nick Hobson, the originator of the Psycards System. The starter pack is perfect for those new to Psycards. It also makes a wonderful (and unique!) present.
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I have used these cards not only as a reading intuative aid but also as a tool for some people to understand thoughts and feelings by using the images to express.
very pleased as most people sell only the cards and this purchase included book.
What I would say though is because the psy-cards are fairly new on the new age circuit, there isn't as much information readily available about the meanings of the cards est. so it may be best to buy them with a guide book if your new to using them, as although loosely based on the meanings of traditional Tarot cards some of the cards meanings are also completely different. I also bought an additional book about the meanings of the cards called (The language of the psy-cards by Berenice Watts) which I am finding very useful, as it goes into the potential meanings of the cards in greater detail and is written by a reader who has been using them for many years and who is very experienced with the cards.
I don't know if it is just that I connect with the cards on a deeper level compared to other sets, but I have had some very, very accurate readings with these cards, spookily accurate! what I really like about them is that the meanings of the cards are sometimes so obvious, you try to make things more complicated only to realise once the event has passed that the meaning of the cards was literal! As with any set of intuitive cards though, practice makes perfect :)
When i ordered it, i thought i was going to receive just the deck and the book, but instead i got a set that included the aforementioned and a PsyCards black pouch, an amethyst pendulum, instructions to use the pendulum with the deck and a discount voucher for an online course on the PsyCards. This was nice of them.
The cards (deck of forty) are 11 cm high and 6,4 cm wide. They are easy to shuffle and have average thickness.
Each card has a number on top and the name on the bottom in gothic letters. They all have white borders (approximately 4 mm).
Although i knew the artwork, because i had seen the card drawings in several websites (i always do this to make sure i like the deck and not just half a dozen cards), i was a bit disappointed with the color. The cards have no sheen, no brilliance whatsoever. They have muted shades and don't look like the more or less vivid colours i saw online. It is a pity because they are well drawn and the rich colors could make them look more alive instead of faded.
There are three cards that have only patterns (each one with different geometric shapes and colours): Yes, No and the Inquirer. I don't like these cards. I would have preferred an image in them, even if it was small.
The cards are done in a medieval theme and that works for me, because i love medieval decks. The back is done also in a medieval pattern with black, red and gold in vivid tones (go figure!).
The images in the cards are conducive to a fairly easy interpretation, although a few of them do not have such an obvious meaning.Read more ›